Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)
CSFP is a monthly distribution program that helps meet the nutritional needs of seniors aged 60 and over.
Boxes of food are distributed to participating facilities and to individuals by way of distribution centers throughout Ottawa County each month. Participating facilities are approved through Community Action Agency.
Individuals who participate in this program are approved individually by the Community Action Agency. For more information or to apply for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program call 616-393-5606 or (800) 764-4111 ext. 5606.
Award recipient, Nelly Lara, accepts her Volunteer Award from Michigan Community Action at the capitol rotunda on Thursday, May 1, 2018. OCCAA nominated Nelly for the award because of the time and talent she faithfully volunteers for the monthly senior commodity food program, CSFP.
Thank you Nelly!
Distribution Centers / Dates
CSFP Commodity Distribution: Program Year 2017/2018 Schedule
Mass Distribution Sites
Community Action House
Georgetown Senior Center
Church of the Savior
McIntosh Manor (residents)
Waverly Meadows (residents)
Wildwood Creek Manor (residents)
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Riverbend Apartments (residents)
Georgetown Senior Ctr. (mass distribution)
Pinewood Place (residents)
GH Salvation Army (mass distribution)
Millpoint Apartments (residents)
Evergreen Village (residents)
River Village Apartments (residents)
The Depot Apartments (residents)
Church of the Saviour (mass distribution)
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Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) in Michigan
60 Years of Age and Older
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